The old site: No. 268, Anqing Road, Hefei, Anhui Province
The new site: No. 268, Huaining Road, Hefei, Anhui Province (500 meters south from the Swan Lake)
The old site: Take bus No. 2, 162, 30, or 901 to the Anhui Museum Station;
Take bus No.13, 112, 114, 123, 126, 132, 136, 162, 166, 168, 232, 801 or 706 to the Chenghuangmiao Station, and then walk south to the Anqing Road and turn west to the Anhui Museum;
Take bus No.1, 3, 9, 13, 17, 110, 112, 115, 116, 122, 124, 126, 132, 133, 162 or 701 to the Sanxiaokou Station and then walk 100 meters north to the Anhui Museum.
The new site: Take bus No. 13 to the Qihuailukou Station and walk 500 meters south to the Anhui Museum;
Take bus No. 129 to the Hefei Sports Center Station and walk 600 meters north to the Anhui Museum;
Take bus No. 166 to the Hefei Sports Center Station and walk 100 meters west to the Huaining Road and then walk 500 meters north to the Anhui Museum.
3. Opening Hours for Free-admission
Tuesday－Sunday: 9：00－17：00 (no admission after 16：00);
Monday Break (except legal holidays)
4. Reservation/Complaint Tel:
The old site: 0551-2823465
The new site: 0551-3736655
5. Guided Tour
The new site:
Audio guide player: Rental: ￥30.00 each; deposit: ￥100.00 each (with valid ID)
6. Service Facilities Disabled accesses and elevators are provided.
Wheelchairs and baby strollers can be rented for free; medical box and the Lost and Found are available.
Group visits: To ensure the service quality, a group should have no more than 30 people and will be advised to divide into 2 groups in case of over 30.
Wireless guide player for group visitors:
Rental:￥50.00 each; deposit:￥200.00 each (with valid ID )
Reservation Tel: 0551-3736655 (the new site)
0551-2823465 (the old site)
Notice to Visitors
1. The Anhui Museum is open to the public all the year round. Visitors can arrange their time more appropriately to avoid the crowd in holidays.
2. Dangerous goods such as inflammable and explosive items, controlled mechanical appliances are prohibited to take inside the museum and visitors should go through safety check before entry.
3. To ensure the safety of the cultural relics and maintain orderly environment, the Anhui Museum adopts limited and orderly control on visitor volumes. The daily visitors are limited to 5000 people, including 2500 visitors with reservation.
4. Group visitors can make reservation in advance by phone (within reservation quota). They can enter the museum through group entry after confirmation with the museum staff.
5. The special exhibitions introduced by the museum will charge accordingly based on the provisions of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.
6. The museum will publicize in advance the notice of temporary closing for special events or necessary maintenance of facilities.
7. Please follow the instructions of the museum staff in case of emergencies.
8. For other matters, please consult the museum staff and they will behave according to related provisions.
9. The Anhui Museum reserves the right for explanation of the above rules.
10. To ensure the safety of the cultural relics and create civilized environment, visitors are expected to observe the following rules consciously:
> Please be appropriately dressed.
> No merchandising or advertisement distribution inside the museum.
> No pets into the museum.
> No psychopaths into the museum (patients with mild symptoms should be accompanied by guardians).
> No heavy drinkers into the museum.
> Preschool children and pupils should be accompanied by their guardians. Senior citizens, cardiovascular patients and disabled people should be accompanied by relatives and should observe relevant rules for the sake of safety. Otherwise, they should be responsible for their own actions.
> Please check the carry-on baggage prior to your tour and valuables should be kept by yourself.
> No food or beverage into the galleries.
> No smoking or flame in the museum.
> No touch on exposed exhibits. Beware of the glass and be careful. Please don’t climb or squash glass fences and escalators. Please don’t squash glass cabinet for fear of glass fracture, resulting in collection damage and physical injury.
> No loud voice in the galleries.
> Only pencils may be used in the galleries.
> No photos in the galleries. Photography tripod, large and medium-sized specialized video cameras and other photography devices cannot be taken into the museum.